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Forensics
See Postmortem animal predation.

Health insurance
See Predatory pricing.

Public safety
See Sexual predator.

Sexology
See Predatory paraphilia.

predation

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This force is evident in the ongoing slimming down of Sears Roebuck, where tens of thousands of workers continue to be laid off - a development that predates the recession.
As if to prove that the big picture and the blurred boundary between photography and painting predate the era of Gursky, Struth, et al., the first object presented at the entrance to the show is Giovanni Anselmo's Entrare nell'opera (Entering the Work), 1971.
One might easily argue that pickup trucks, which predate SUVs, represent the same things spiritually, emotionally, and socially that late-model SUVs represent.)
These presses engender writing like Kate Millett's Sexual Politics (1970), the first major theoretical work of feminism's second wave, and predate contemporary houses like Naiad and Firebrand Books.
While one sees in these dances Saint Thomas and the Christian sign of the cross, one also sees the hands gesturing in coversation with the gods; offerings of flowers, lights, and incense; animal sacrifice; and specific requests for help with rain, the harvest, and the hunt--elements that predate and have survived the Conquest.
Only sponges are thought to predate them among the true animals.
Forty years of excavation and examination directed by Professor George Eogan revealed 20 tombs which predate Egypt's pyramids.
Taxpayers who have buy-sell agreements that predate Oct.
In 1820, the General Society opened one of the City's first free public schools as well as the first circulating library for apprentices, both of which predate City public systems.
The M242 polymorphism therefore must predate settlement of the New World.
But they predate the explorer's discovery of America in 1492 by at least half a century.
Indigenous ruins near the Santuario predate the Spanish by at least 600 years, and the area figures prominently in the indigenous Tewa cosmology as the place where the sons of the Sun, the Twin War Gods, slew a giant that was threatening the people.